Questions About Treatment for HIV Disease

Date: October 31, 1994
Source: Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Author: Public Health Service (PHS)

Call the HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service for federally approved treatment guidelines and information. (All calls are completely confidential)

The HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service provides timely, accurate treatment information on HIV and AIDS. The service was developed through a coordinated Public Health Service* effort and is offered through the CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse.

The HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service is a free telephone reference service for:

  • People with HIV disease, their families and friends
  • Health care providers
The service is staffed by information specialists who answer questions using the National Library of Medicine database of HIV/AIDS treatment information. This database is also available to the public free of charge by computer link.


  • Answers to questions about treatment of HIV disease
  • Copies of federally approved HIV/AIDS treatment guidelines and information
  • Bilingual reference specialists, Spanish and English
  • A link to HIV/AIDS treatment information resources

The staff is working with many different HIV/AIDS information services to build a comprehensive treatment information referral network. This network will be used to link callers to appropriate information resources.

Call: 800-HIV-0440 (800-448-0440)
TDD/Deaf Access: 800-243-7012
Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, EST
All calls are completely confidential

Write: P.O. Box 6303
Rockville, MD 20849-6303

Fax: 301-738-6616

* Public Health Service Coordinating Group: Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Indian Health Service, National Institutes of Health, Health Resources and Services Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.